That actually makes sense. And I sadly confess that sometimes I can get pretentious, too.
No, but I have absentmindedly squished ants in a mug before pouring milk in and the milk tasted like ant. More than once. Very absent-minded. I don’t like the taste of ant—sort of turpentiney.
I swear this is true—one time I was inside the mosquito netting on my bed, and a whole swarm of mosquitoes were hurling themselves against it trying to get in—while my husband stood outside of it, buff naked and nary a bite on him! They just ignored him trying to get at me!
Uh, “infused” would mean that the panda poo soaked in green tea, which was then drawn off, after having been flavored by it. (not to mention infected by it.) Infusion is where a solid and a liquid are brought together to flavor one or the other (fruit-infused water, rum-infused figs, etc.)
But you’re absolutely right—this is very bad marketing! Unless your market is people trying to shock other people.
Hummingbirds and bats do a good job of that, when we give them a chance. But boy, I hear you! Blood-sucking insects consider me a five-star restaurant!
Yes. That’s why Gunther is Tiffany’s Study Buddy.
A magnificent actor! He could put so much into a role, carrying the viewer believably through the shifts of a complex story arc, even with much of his face obscured.
What will she do? Work at the Fuse while reducing her expenses, till she can get her business degree. It’s a solid plan.
And one of those good things is fertilizer. For tea plants. Which don’t actually pass through a panda.